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mysql connection question





AnGeLicK
can you remotely connect to the mysql database? using navicat or yoursql?
ankur209
Be precise with your question...!! Twisted Evil
By the way mysql is the database used with php my admin on the severs..what do you "remotely" means??? Confused
rickylau
You have to grant permission to your remote machine and SQL user to allow the user to connect from remote machine first, then you can connect it just like connecting localhost, except the server address should not be localhost

i know it can be done in cPanel but not sure in DirectAdmin

in case it's not possible, you may still create a little php script to let you execute the SQL statements locally from anywhere
truespeed
The original post is 2005.
rickylau
truespeed wrote:
The original post is 2005.
Really, didn't noticed that Laughing
menino
rickylau wrote:
truespeed wrote:
The original post is 2005.
Really, didn't noticed that Laughing



Haha Laughing , sorry, but I found that quite funny, coz as fo now, there are so many ways to connect to any web sql database remotely.
mOrpheuS
@ankur209, please stop bumping five year old threads, especially since you have nothing significant to add to the discussion.

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